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Tina Elyse (ROSS) OLDENBURG

OLDENBURG, Tina Elyse (ROSS) - July 9, 1956-November 23, 2010 of South Windsor, Connecticut, passed away Tuesday November 23, 2010 at Bay State Medical, Springfield Massachusetts. Tina will be greatly missed by her loving husband Roy Oldenburg and her son Aaron who were both at her bedside in her final moments. She is the cherished and much loved daughter of Murdock N. (Nick) Ross, Niagara Falls, and the late Eileen Ross (1994). Loved sister of Christopher Ross (Karen), and the late Alan Ross (1986). She is survived by her stepmother Judy as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Tina was employed in the fashion industry for many years and won numerous Honours for her work. She latterly managed a fashion shop in West Hartford, Connecticut. During her career in Hartford, she was cited twice for outstanding contributions to the fashion industry. Tina attended Cherrywood Elementary school in Niagara Falls and graduated from A.N. Myer. She was a “Do Gooder“ all her life whether at home or at Sears where she worked before marrying and moving to the United States. It was a long, hard and difficult battle against the ravages of Cancer but the battle became increasingly painful and unbearable. Tina bore this with dignity and grace. Funeral services will be held at Carmon Community Funeral Home, 1816 Poquonock Ave, Poquonock Connecticut. A Memorial Service will be held in Niagara Falls. Time and Date to be announced. In Memoriam contributions to The Walker Family Cancer Centre may be made through the office of HETHERINGTON AND DEANS FUNERAL CHAPEL, 5176 Victoria Ave. Be at peace Tina, we love you. Please sign the guest book and leave a condolence at www.hetheringtonanddeans.com 9676927
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Dear Judy and Nick
Posted by Jack and Noreen Merrett (friend) On Friday, November 26, 2010
We are so sorry to read of the death of Nick's daughter Tina. She went to Cherrywood and Myer just ahead of our kids and remember her well. A beautiful girl. Our sympathy to both of you and your family.

Sincerely, Jack and Noreen Merrett.


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